590N: SE Reading Group

Autumn 2021 — Monday, 3:30pm — Zoom

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We’ll be reading and discussing exciting recent research papers from the software engineering community. Participants should subscribe to the 590n mailing list. Note the list also has many current and former department members interested in software engineering. Some paper links may point into the ACM Digital Library or the Springer online collection. Using a UW IP address, or the UW libraries off-campus access, should provide access.

Date Who What
Oct 4

Rene & Mike


Oct 11

Ben (Indigenous People’s Day, Canadian Thanksgiving)

Input Algebras

Oct 18


MicroHECL: High-Efficient Root Cause Localization in Large-Scale Microservice Systems

Oct 25


Extracting Concise Bug-Fixing Patches from Human-Written Patches in Version Control Systems

Nov 1

Ardi Madadi

What It Would Take to Use Mutation Testing in Industry—A Study at Facebook

Nov 8

Ryan Featherman

Estimating Residual Risk in Greybox Fuzzing

Nov 15

Hannah + Terrell

How Do Programmers Use Unsafe Rust?

Nov 22

James + Arthur

Towards Activity-Aware Tool Support for Change Tasks

Nov 29


Relating Reading, Visualization, and Coding for New Programmers: A Neuroimaging Study

Dec 6


JavaDL: Automatically Incrementalizing Java Bug Pattern Detection

Dec 13

Bernease & Rene

Fairness through awareness

Paper Suggestions

Also see the suggestions from last quarter.